Harley Davidson Model B, 1926

Harley Davidson

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{{ $t('City') }} Poperinge
{{ $t('Country') }} Belgium
{{ $t('Make') }} Harley Davidson
{{ $t('Model') }} Model B
{{ $t('Year') }} 1926
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The Model B was introduced in 1926 and continuously upgraded and modified to meet the demands of export to foreign markets where they were most popular. Production ceased in 1929, but the motorcycles were sold until 1930. The single-cylinder engine has been a mainstay of the Harley-Davidson line since its inception in 1884. Several 350cc class models were released in the first model year; the overhead valve versions were rather exotic machines mainly intended for competition use, but the side valve models 26A (magnetic ignition) and B (battery and coil ignition) were good sellers. This beauty has not been ridden for years and was kept in a mancave.

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